I hope I don't offend any purists with my latest creation but here it is. A '93 1100 frame with '95 750 swing arm. '93 1100 front forks, heavier but stronger, black anodized by Race Tech also Ti nitrited and works internals. Held in place by Kosman triples with number 2 insert that are 5/8ths of an inch wider than stock. Front wheel is from '96 750 made by Technomagneso and rear wheel is from Ducati 900 Monster. She sports Ferodo oversized rotors that will be grippedby RC-51 Nissin brakes activated by 04 750 radial master cylinder. She'll stop on a dime, and give change back. Motor is '93 1100 with 1180 piston kit in full race trim. She has 39 mm FCR carburetors and thanks to Bobby Chet she will now have ram air. In race trim she made 178 HP at back tire! Probably will have to detune and take some cam out of her for street duty. She has a '99 R1 tail section grafted on to her because after a couple of Coors Lights it sounded like a good idea. I made a custom flat bottom and rear sump tank from a '90 750. Would like a Yoshomura alluminum tank in the future if I can find one. She has a ZX7 radiator and reverse cooling to prevent detination and to help valve seats live longer. ZX7 radiator is not only bigger but moves water fill from under fuel tank, not one of Suzuki's better ideas. She's got a 750 oil pan and oil cooler and exhausted by stainless Yosh duplex. Anyone have a titanium duplex for sale? I have a complete set of sharkskinz '96 - '98 front body work with ram air adapters but after seeing Bobby's '02 conversion I may have changed my mind. I'm thinking of the Lucky Strike paint theme with the number 34 'cuz Kevin was the man. Am also considering the red, white, black theme from '88 or '89 750. If anyone has pics, please post, I would appreciate it. I know you're thinking why would somebody go to so much trouble but we've just retired from racing after 13 years (or at least taking a season off). I wanted something to remind me of all the great people and memories as well as the bikes we've raced during that time. I've tried to incorporate something from every bike we've raced even if just a bolt. I will keep you all posted on her progress as I am still currently considering putting an RF900 downdraft cylinder head but would have to notch frame for carb clearance or build a 907. Thanks again for a great place to talk to people about the hobby I love.